If you're looking to truly stand out at a stage rally event, look no further than this Ferrari 308 GTB that's just been converted to Group 4 spec.
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In addition to undergoing a full nut-and-bolt restoration from 2015 to 2016, this once-roadgoing 308 was transformed to fit period-correct Group 4 specifications, according to the sellers at . Upgrades to the original dry sump, Weber carburetor-equipped 308 include a quick release steering wheel, race-spec dampers, a hydraulic handbrake, AP Racing brakes, a larger radiator, and lightweight plastic windows.
In addition to the upgrades, this 308's carburetors, oil pumps, water pump, and ignition system have been completely overhauled. The engine has been rebuilt with a balanced crankshaft, new springs, new guides, new valves, steel cylinder liners, and forged pistons. It is said to produced a maximum of 297 horsepower.
Since the build completion, this car has seen a handful of rally and racing events in 2016, including the Costa Brava Rally, the Rally 2000 Virages, and the Alp la Masella hill climb, where it took first place.
Being a Ferrari race car, there's a considerable price for entry—. It sounds like a lot, but for all the style and uniqueness you're getting, we'd say it's worth it.